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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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Hello Everyone!

Soooo, we have a case number from the NVC and I'm assuming the paperwork has probably arrived at the Consulate in Casablanca.

What's next???? Do we just sit and wait until we hear from them? Can we submit the DS-160 in the meantime? Also, can anyone confirm around how long it takes to 1) get the info from the consulate and 2) schedule the interview?? Please only give me Casablanca Consulate specific information :)

Good luck to everyone!

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Hi;

don't make assumption whie you can know everything in details.

check this website to know where is your case now : https://ceac.state.gov/CEACStatTracker/Status.aspx?eQs=o/iS8zDpeAKjMWCuebHqOw==

use immigrant visa and your NVC case number ... if it says ready then your file is at the embassy !

here is a forum where you can find Moroccan similar posts : http://www.visajourney.com/forums/forum/97-middle-east-and-north-africa/

and here is Moroccan embassy portal : http://www.visajourney.com/portals/index.php?country=Morocco

Good Luck on the rest of the process !

PS : file your timeline to get answers from Moroccan at the same stage as you are .. it will help to get the right answer !


K-1 Visa:

 

05/12/2016 -- I-129F mailed to Lewisville, TX
05/19/2016 -- NOA1 email and text, case routed to California Center (WAC) ==== NOA1 Date 05/18/2016
07/20/2016 -- NOA2 email from USCIS case Status and USCIS App ===== Case approved in 63 Days
08/03/2016 -- NVC Case # and Invoice ID Assigned
08/15/2016 -- Packet 3 Received (email)

09/19/2016 -- Finally the embassy open interview date after long wait ... 35 Days (interview scheduled for Oct 10)

10/05/2016 -- Medical done. but no sealed envelope given.

10/10/2016 -- Interview day 1 ( pay the fee, deliver paperwork, finger printed ... and told to comeback tomorrow to be interviewed by a CO )

10/11/2016 -- Interview day 2 ( AP with g221 for missing medical )

10/19/2016 -- VISA ISSUED

10/23/2016 -- VISA in hand 

AOS:

Spoiler

12/22/2016 -- POE

12/30/2016 -- Marriage

01/14/2017 -- AOS mailed to Chicago, IL

01/25/2017 -- 3 NOA1 emails and texts (I-485 / I-765 / I-131), case routed to MSC

02/06/2017 -- Biometrics Appointment Notice Received in mail, Appointment Feb 13, 2017

04/20/2017 -- EAD (only) Approval text & email notification (day 96 since case filled, 93 since received, 86 since NOA1)

04/28/2017 -- EAD /AP combo card in hand

09/01/2017 -- AOS Approval text & email notification (day 230 since case filled, 227 since received, 220 since NOA1) Approved in 7.5 Month, Interview waived

09/09/2017 -- Green card in hand

ROC:

Spoiler

06/08/2019 -- ROC mailed to Dallas, TX

06/13/2019 -- NOA text , case routed to EAC

07/06/2019 -- BIO Apt Received for July 17. Notice date 06/28/2019

07/17/2019 -- Biometrics Done

05/19/2020 -- ROC Approval text & email notification (11 Months since NOA1)

05/27/2020 -- Card Received

 

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Morocco
Timeline

I would say after 2-3 weeks after you got your letter from nvc in mail . You should email the embassy and see when your case can be scheduled . And if they don't reply email them after another 2 weeks. And they will email you everything .

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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I would say after 2-3 weeks after you got your letter from nvc in mail . You should email the embassy and see when your case can be scheduled . And if they don't reply email them after another 2 weeks. And they will email you everything .

Thank you!!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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Important Notice to Visa Applicants: After you have completed the DS-160, you must take these next steps below:

  • Print and keep the DS-160 barcode page. (You will not need to print the full application.)
  • You must schedule a visa interview appointment. (The U.S. Embassy or Consulate does not schedule an appointment for you.) Visit the U.S. Embassy or Consulate website where you will be interviewed for country-specific instructions.;
  • Pay the visa application processing fee. Review country-specific instructions on the U.S. Embassy or Consulate website

and yes, you should fill out the DS 160

Morocco specific financee needs the 2 criminal investigation reports (look at morocco embassy site to see the names)

tell financee to be calm, (do not smile as they consider this serious business), answer all questions without hesitating, do not say more than they ask for

know everything about you and i mean everything

Incha allah / all will go good

Edited by Adil & Jeanne

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Morocco
Timeline

Important Notice to Visa Applicants: After you have completed the DS-160, you must take these next steps below:

  • Print and keep the DS-160 barcode page. (You will not need to print the full application.)
  • You must schedule a visa interview appointment. (The U.S. Embassy or Consulate does not schedule an appointment for you.) Visit the U.S. Embassy or Consulate website where you will be interviewed for country-specific instructions.;
  • Pay the visa application processing fee. Review country-specific instructions on the U.S. Embassy or Consulate website

and yes, you should fill out the DS 160

Morocco specific financee needs the 2 criminal investigation reports (look at morocco embassy site to see the names)

tell financee to be calm, (do not smile as they consider this serious business), answer all questions without hesitating, do not say more than they ask for

know everything about you and i mean everything

Incha allah / all will go good

Inchallah :) He has all the paperwork. He will just get it translated. Thanks for the info

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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I'm stuck as well, it's been 5 weeks that my case arrived at the us consulate casablanca, and no sign from them. I just dont know what else to do besides I called every single number and sent e-mails with no results.

I have the same question as yours, do we file DS160 and set-up an appointement ourselves or do we just wait for the consulate to send after my fiancee?

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I'm stuck as well, it's been 5 weeks that my case arrived at the us consulate casablanca, and no sign from them. I just dont know what else to do besides I called every single number and sent e-mails with no results.

I have the same question as yours, do we file DS160 and set-up an appointement ourselves or do we just wait for the consulate to send after my fiancee?

Yeah, if there's anyone who has been through the whole process in Morocco, your input would be appreciated! Good luck Mohamed!

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When I asked around they tald me that it's ok to file it and it want heart, and also I red in several places that the consulate responded on 2 or 3 days after these people filed the form. So what the hell is going to happen, and it's all a gamble any ways.

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When I asked around they tald me that it's ok to file it and it want heart, and also I red in several places that the consulate responded on 2 or 3 days after these people filed the form. So what the hell is going to happen, and it's all a gamble any ways.[either yes or no]

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When I asked around they tald me that it's ok to file it and it want heart, and also I red in several places that the consulate responded on 2 or 3 days after these people filed the form. So what the hell is going to happen, and it's all a gamble any ways.[either yes or no]

Alright. I think I will do the same! You are right, it's a gamble and it can go either way. It sucks to have to leave our lives up to a stranger... But hey!

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